Play Chopper Squad: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/chopper-squad
Yesterday, we learned the Set 2 Sound ‘ee’.
-Using the picture below, Say the Sound (My Turn, Your Turn), Fred Talk the words (th_r_ee), then blend. Can they use Fred in the Head to write these words into their Remote Learning Book?
Continue to recap Set 1 Sounds using the Ruth Miskin (Read Write Inc) Phonics lessons released each day online. Particularly watch the Set 1 - Word Time & Spelling. Each film will be available for 24 hours via the Ruth Miskin YouTube channel:
-Encourage your child to sit for the Word Time and Spelling lessons for Set 1 Sounds.
(Most children should now be confident with Set 1 Sounds)
- Have a piece of paper or their Remote Learning Book to hand, where they will try to write the words seen in the video. They will tick their work during the video.
Continue to practice reading, a new books will be placed on Tapestry each week.
-Read the story three times to allow for fluency, comprehension and prosody. Record reading in the children's Reading Diaries.
Hampshire School Games
Complete a new challenge each day:
Use White Rose Home Learning Alive in 5, Week 2, Session 4.
Allow your child to watch the video and join in with the activity.
Show and talk to your child about this picture.
Using blocks of real biscuits is your child able to show you the different ways of splitting them?
Spellings - Red Words
Today's focus is: go
As we would do in school, show and say the word to your child, then ask them to recall it to you. Encourage your child to use this word within their own sentence i.e. Let's go to sleep.
As an extra challenge, ask your child to record the word in their Remote Learning Book, they could even complete a simple sentence written for them i.e. Let’s __ to the park.
Let's take a virtual trip to Paris and some other places in France! Can you spot some of the famous landmarks? What are the similarities or differences between Paris and Wellow? Does Paris look similar to somewhere we have previously visited? What about France? Is it similar or different to England?
This afternoon you are going to record your adventure in your passport! On one page of your Passport, draw either a famous landmark of Paris, or the French Flag, or both! Can you label your pictures? Can you write Paris? Did you use your Fred Fingers or Fred in the Head? Talk about the shapes they draw i.e. What shapes are on the flag?